I am also a new business owner so I am going to address this the way I addressed mine. You need to ask yourself what is it you want your potential customers to see? Ok.. so you have that robot looking camera...very cool by the way. I was trying to read about it and it was very confusing. I wanted to know if it came in different colors and how much was the price? Does it have a longer cord or is what you see it? I would make pages...start with Introduction and introduce the guy with a picture and its name...then have a caption like... HEY.. I can do so much more...(just a thought but it is your store). After you have maybe two pages with the info put a "buy now" bar at the bottom which should take the customer to the options, if any, with the prices you are asking for your camera guy. Have a menu for customers to navigate. Your deals section...also very cool..but very confusing. I would also put that on a separate page. I am by no means saying my website is any better. I have at least 5-20 people visiting my site but no one is buying. I am not sure what I am doing wrong. I changed pictures to make them brighter. I am slowly using my own pictures instead of borrowing which I know is a no, no but I have so much else to think of. You have a great concept but I would definitely make it more understanding to navigate. Oh.. and don't forget to let me know how much you are asking for the camera guy...he is adorable and I have lots to do with him. my website is http://www.fashiontravelsboutique.com. Be honest and let me know. I am still putting in merchandise and I need to know what I am missing, if any, or if it is the time of year here in the U.S. when people are thinking of 4th of July and going away and not so much on spending money on other things and my time and my customers are coming. I have been building up my data base of customers with sharing on social media, word of mouth, and a little advertisement which I really can not afford. Thanks and Good luck! - C. Phillips
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The only thing I will say is navigation is not there. You may want to consider finding a web designer to help you. My feeling is...I am not paying $200 or even $500 on a web designer for a store that is not bringing in revenue. I doubt the web designer would offer a money back guarantee. Don't give up...keep trying until something works or the price to fix it is right.